Russia’s new-generation agricultural aircraft, the all-composite T-500, has secured its first order, for 10 aircraft, from Russian operator RusAvia. Valued at more than 200 million rubles ($2.8 million), the order was placed following receipt of the aircraft’s Russian type certificate on Sept. 6. The first 10 aircraft will be produced by the end on 2018 by design bureau ORPE Technologiya, a subsidiary of state corporation Rostec, and Kazan-based manufacturer MVEN. The order was ...

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